[Teas] IFIP/IEEE IM 2017 Call for Papers (1 month to submission deadline: September 4th, 2016)

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                               IFIP/IEEE IM 2017

                   The 15th IFIP/IEEE International Symposium
                        on Integrated Network Management

                        8-12 May 2017, Lisbon, Portugal

                 "Integrated Management in the Cloud and 5G Era"


The  15th IFIP/IEEE  International  Symposium  on  Integrated Network
Management (IM 2017)  will be held  8-12 May 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal.
Held in odd-numbered years since 1989,  IM 2017 follows  the  29 years
tradition of NOMS and IM as the primary IEEE Communications Society’s
forum  for  technical  exchange  on   management  of  information and
communication   technology    focusing   on   research, development,
integration,  standards,  service provisioning,  and user communities.
IM 2017  will focus on  the  theme "Integrated Management in the Cloud
and 5G Era"  presenting  recent,  emerging  approaches  and technical
solutions for dealing with 5G  and cloud  infrastructures,  as well as
associated   services   and   applications.   Submissions addressing
traditional network management challenges are also in the scope of the
conference.  IM 2017  will  offer five  types of sessions: technical,
experience, poster, panel, and  dissertation.  High  quality  will be
assured  through a  well-qualified  Technical  Program  Committee and
rigorous peer review of papers.  A special call for  demonstrations is
organized  to allow industry partners  and researchers to demonstrate
early products and prototypes.


Authors are invited to submit papers  that fall into or are related to
the  topic  areas  that  are  listed  below.  In addition,  we invite
submissions  of  proposals  for  demonstrations,  exhibits, technical
panels, tutorials, workshops, and experience session papers.

Network Management
- Software-Defined Networks
- IP Networks
- Wireless and Cellular Networks Optical Networks
- Overlay Networks
- Virtual Networks
- Home Networks
- Access Networks
- Enterprise and Campus Networks
- Data Center Networks
- SCADA Networks and DCS
- Wireless Sensor Networks
- Internet of Things Networks
- Information-Centric Networks

Service Management
- Multimedia Services
- Content Delivery Services
- Cloud Computing Services
- Internet Connectivity and Access
- Internet of Things Services
- Security Services
- Context-Aware Services
- Information Technology Services

Business Management
- Economic Aspects
- Multi-Stakeholder Aspects
- Service Level Agreements
- Lifecycle Aspects
- Process and Workflow Aspects
- Legal Perspective
- Regulatory Perspective
- Privacy Aspects

Functional Areas
- Fault Management
- Configuration Management
- Accounting Management
- Performance Management
- Security Management

Management Paradigms
- Centralized Management
- Hierarchical Management
- Distributed Management
- Federated Management
- Autonomic and Cognitive Management
- Policy-Based Management
- Pro-Active Management
- Energy-Aware Management
- QoE-Centric Management
- Intent-Based Management

- Fog and Edge Computing
- Communication Protocols
- Middleware
- Overlay Networks
- Cloud Computing and Cloud Storage
- Data, Information & Semantic Models
- Information Visualization
- Software-Defined Networking
- Network Function Virtualization
- Orchestration
- Operations/Business Support Systems

- Mathematical Logic and Automated Reasoning
- Mathematical Optimization
- Control Theory
- Probability Theory, Stochastic Processes, and Queuing Theory
- Machine Learning
- Evolutionary Algorithms
- Economic and Game Theory
- Monitoring and Measurements
- Data Mining and (Big) Data Analysis
- Computer Simulation Experiments
- Prototype Implementation and Testbed Experimentation
- Field Trials


Authors  are  invited to  submit  original  contributions (written in
English) in  PDF format through  the IM  2017 web site.  Only original
papers  that have  not  been published  or  submitted for publication
elsewhere  can be  submitted.  Each  submission will  be limited  to 8
pages  (full  papers) or  4  pages  (short  papers) in  IEEE 2-column
style.  Papers  exceeding  these  limits,  multiple  submissions, and
self-plagiarized papers  will be rejected without  further review. The
authors of the  IM 2017 top papers will be  encouraged to extend their
work and submit to IEEE TNSM (IEEE Transactions on Network and Service
Management.  These  extended  papers  will  undergo  the  normal TNSM
peer-review process.


Paper Registration: September 1, 2016
Paper Submission: September 4, 2016
Notification of Acceptance: November 11, 2016
Camera Ready Papers: February 10, 2017


- Prosper Chemouil, Orange Labs, France
- Edmundo Monteiro, University of Coimbra, Portugal


- Marinos Charalambides, University College London, UK
- Edmundo Madeira, University of Campinas, Brazil
- Paulo Simões, University of Coimbra, Portugal